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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffA/V Geeks Date: Apr 9, 2012 3:49pm
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: New Films

Hey folks,
It looks like the deinterlacing and denoising functions of ffmpeg is making the jello effect. We'll turn that feature off and do some rederiving..

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Poster: Scribble Date: Apr 10, 2012 7:20am
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: New Films

I hope that does the trick! Thanks for looking into this guys...really, really appreciate it!

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Poster: Frank Panucci Date: Apr 10, 2012 9:34am
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: New Films

Great!

Is there any obstacle to encoding the files as native 24P? I understand that if these are derived from master NTSC tapes, that won't be trivial - but if any of the problem videos are new scans, 24P video plays back well on almost any device and it's easy to further manipulate. The 16-18fps of the home movies may complicate issues. Maybe a 14.98 frame rate encoded to 29.97 with no temporal resampling would be cool.

Your efforts are very much appreciated - even with the recent hiccup. Scanning and uploading all these films has to be a huge amount of work - - -

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Poster: Frank Panucci Date: Apr 10, 2012 1:00pm
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: New Films

Ah! Wonderful World of Trains is a heart-breaker, in that it shares the video issues described above. What a wonderfully weird little film.

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